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Feb 22, 2013 3:00pm PST
around the world. in the maya city of copan, a jeweler fashioned rare shell and jade for his powerful lord. in mexico, living artisans echo the economy of a vanished civilization. and in teotihuacan, evidence of mass production has now been unearthed. tiny faces of clay reflect the men and women who made them a thousand years ago. on the other side of the world, in the ancient roman city of ostia, huge merchant ships were part of an economy much like our own. and today, the tanners of morocco still practice their ancient craft, living proof that economies have evolved out of the past. everyone who has ever lived has been part of an economic system. iel bote grande...mil pesos! economic systems are simply the ways people produce, distribute and consume things -- everything and anything, from tortillas to stocks and bonds. for 10,000, 10,000 an eighth. today, as in the past, economic systems lie at the heart of how a society is organized. archaeologists search for these systems because they believe economies hold the key to understanding ancient societies. archaeologist william
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Feb 16, 2013 2:00pm PST
>> deadly attack, dozens killed as a marketplace is bombed in the pakistani city of quetta. it was the latest bombing to target the southwestern city's shia minority. we'll have the very latest. you're watching al-jazeera live from london. also coming up on the program -- thousands rally in tunisia in support of the government and against the the prime minister's plan to dissolve it. the search goes on but there's no trace of the meteorite that left a trail of destruction across central russia and the winner is, we'll be live from the berlin film festival with news of who's got the golden bear. thank you for joining us. a bomb targeting people shopping for vegetables has once again highlighted pakistan's deep sectarian tension. at least 60 have been killed in an explosion in the southwestern city of quetta. more than 200 were injured when a bomb exploded outside a market. police say it was aimed at the region's minority shia population. attacks in quetta have killed more than 200 in the past month. we have the latest from islamabad. what more do we know about this attack? >> hi, ba
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Feb 8, 2013 5:30am PST
himself up near the city of gao in mali. as the troops push north towards the algerian border -- sorry. can we go to jackie? >> yes, jane. you were asking about the troops, the clashes between the rival groups of troops here in bamako. what i can tell you is that it really does seem to be underlining the fact that the malian army is far from stable, disciplined, and united. we are seeing rivalries coming to the surface between groups of -- groups behind the military coup in march last year and groups who still owe their loyalties to the former regime. we understand that shots were fired. there are unconfirmed reports of at least one dead and a number injured. this does come at a time when the malian army is supposed to be looking towards when the french will leave and it will be supported by african troops from neighboring countries. but clearly it does call into question to what extent the malian army is really prepared and in shape where it will be able to not only resist any new challenges from rebels in the north, but also be able to secure mali as a sovereign, national state. >> e
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Feb 25, 2013 7:30am PST
called the city to find out what was going on. i have called them every morning and every afternoon for the past two weeks. - what did they say ? - nothing. i still haven't spoken to anyone. - in other words, they're campaigning for reelection. - exactly. - hello. - hello. - i am hassan. - i'm sorry, sir. we are not open yet. no problem. i think you should know, sir, there are people who are placing... pieces of wood with stripes on them all over the street in front of your cafe. yes, we know. the city promised to remove them. but it hasn't happened yet. i see. excuse me, one moment. what a strange man. i can't help thinking he reminds me of someone. so-- has anyone seen my cousin ? i told him to wait out in front of the cafe. i should have guessed. okay, everything is much better now, huh ? hassan, what are you doing with those ? they were blocking the traffic. hassan is here studying english, so he can be a tour guide back in egypt. hassan, meet mr. brashov rosa and katherine. it's very good to make your acquaintance. same here. definitely a family resemblance. - thank you for at
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Feb 4, 2013 5:30am PST
three cities that had been held by al qaeda-linked fighters. the french air force is continuing its campaign in northern mali. we have the latest from the capital, bamako. >> the french have been carrying out more airstrikes against kidal in the northeast of mali and also a nearby town. they are targeting fuel storage , arms caches, and training bases. it seems as though this military campaign against al qaeda- linked rebels is moving into a different stage. we have followed the military offensive on the ground, traditional, armored columns moving north, capturing various towns, the city of timbuktu. now it is desert and mountains. the population centers are smaller and more spaced out. it is an area where the remaining rebel elements appear to be holed up. it seems the french are trying to cut off their supply route, put them in a position where they cannot survive there. that there is the proximity of the long algerian border and the possibility the rebels could simply disappear over the border in order to regroup and come back at a later stage. >> a political rallies brewing insi
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Feb 10, 2013 5:30am PST
get the city moving. >> it will take some time to get this moving. it is a necessary prerequisite to getting power restored. >> damaging homes, flooding streets car prompted evaluation. many are still without power in the region. travel by car or by flood is no easy task. suburbs of new york were also buried. >> it's absolutely horrible. hopefully it will be 50 degrees on monday and this will melt. there's no place for this note. >> dozens of vehicles are still stranded on long island expressway. some were abandoned during the height of the storm and in others, drivers had to spend the night. >> the police came by, looked at me, and they just left, you know? >> new york city was hit by about 20 centimeters. >> it looks like we dodged a bullet. winter is not over. if things freeze again, things will be slippery. you should be careful. >> central park, a sight to behold. it's making getting around difficult, but not everyone is complaining. look at the hundreds of people who of come out to enjoy this. >> its off some. i enjoy it. >> it reminds me of being a kid. >> further north, it
LINKTV
Feb 24, 2013 5:30am PST
>> the last day for pope benedict xvi. thousands gathered to see the pope as new allegations of sexual abuse are leveled at the roman catholic church. live from rome and israel in this half-hour. also ahead, italians are voting for a new government. the death of a palestinian man in an israeli country promotes 3000 prisoners and to going out number strike. the deal to end 20 years of war, african leaders are signing on, rebels are staying out. let's get back to these live pictures from the vatican in st. peter's square. this is the last sunday at the vatican for pope benedict xvi. tens of thousands of people have gathered in st. peter's square, where the 85-year-old pontiff is reading his final sunday prayers. he of course resigned earlier this month, saying that he lacked the physical strength to carry on. the vatican denied that he was stepping down in order to deal with a snowballing scandal of late -- gay clergymen. in to what he is saying. >> [speaking latin] >> st. peter's square, thousands of people in the u.s. are demanding a senior clergymen pull out of the forthcoming papal conclave, the meeting to decide who will be the next pope. cardinal mahony was the archbishop of los angeles with a series of child sex abuse -- sex abuse scandals took place. he is accused of covering them up. a group of priests in the u.k. is attempting to stop keith o'brien from participating in the conclave, for he is accused of having participated in an inappropriate acts going back some 33 years. going live to st. peter's square, paul is there for us. we can see the faithful have turned up for these vital papal prayers. >> 50,000 people flocking to the square, this week at think the official estimate is somewhere close to that 100, 150,000 people. the numbers are not just the devout and the faithful, but also the tourists and opportunists who realize the historic nature that this is the pope's final blessing here at st. peter's in rome before he steps down this week. the content is due to be a very brief one. he is basically saying to his faithful that the lord has called him to dedicate himself more to prayer and meditation and that it does not mean he is abandoning the church, but rather the he is attempting to save -- serve the church with the same level of dedication and love of but in a manner that matches his age and strength. reassurance that he is not abandoning the church, but that he is simply doing god's will. >> as this is going on in st. peter's square, controversy continues around the vatican, describe some of the press speculation in italy and beyond today. >> the vatican -- first of all, the pope's resignation was a big surprise. this led to intense speculation as to why exactly he chose to resign at this particular moment. in the absence of him saying anything other than he is old and not well, the italian media have been attempting to fill in the blanks and they have intensely speculated that there might be scandalous reasons behind it. the vatican, which has tried very hard to manage the time table in a dignified way has found themselves having to deny the press speculation, basically centering on a confidential report prepared by three senior cardinals. it is alleged that there were secret conclaves perhaps involving gay priests. perhaps corruption, money- laundering, cover up. the vatican says that these are unverified and unverifiable. the vatican is keen to stem these reports and are critical of the people who have been repeating them and persisting with their speculation. the report is under lock and key, deep within the vatican safes. it will be passed on to the pope's successor late next month. the newspapers, if they are not just making it up, it really is open to question. >> paul, many thanks indeed. we will stay for a moment, polls are open in what is expected to be a watershed parliament truly at election. -- parliamentary collection. they have a choice between four main candidates, including a scandal-struck billionaire, a comedian, and an economist. the center-left leader is the favorite. he enjoys around 33% of the vote. mario monte is preferred by 13% of voters. he is the technocrat that took the reins in 2011. the silvio burlesque on the government fell apart. he was criticized for his handling of the economy. there were allegations that he had had sex with an underage prostitutes. braless town is hoping for another political comeback. then there is a comedian turned activist, [indiscernible] hundreds of thousands attended his final rally. one hour from naples. jonah is there. >> this is an extremely important election. remember, this country effectively put democracy on hold for the last 15 months since the scandal-ridden collapse of the burlesque on the government. since then it has been run by a government of non-politicians and technocrats. of course, his job was to bring this country back from the economic bring, where it had threatened to bring down the entire eurozone with it. that did not happen. the danger has not passed, but the time has come to switch democracy back on. the problem in italy is that these main political prop -- main political parties, the voters are scandalized by stories of corruption. they blame the political crisis for the economic problems the country faces. they are angry about austerity at this time of deepening recession, with unemployment soaring. they may well punish the main political party, either by not voting at all or casting a protest vote for this rapidly rising not establishment, non political party that is against everything, the outcome of which could mean that this country, which badly needs a strong and stable government, it could wind up with a fragmented coalition that fails to run the course. >> protesters are protesting after a palestinian prisoner died in an israeli jail. there are demands for an international investigation. mourners gathered outside the home of the 30-year-old. he was arrested six days ago on suspicion of throwing stones in the west bank. the prison says that he died of a heart attack. some of the prisoners refusing to eat are in jail in israel. nicole, these protests are spent -- spreading well beyond the prison. >> that is right. behind us is this military base of 800 to 900 prisoners. many of them have started this one day hunger strike. four prisoners have decided to join the others all long-term hundred strike. we know that at least one prisoner has been on hunger strike for more than 200 days. protests and demonstrations over the issue of palestinian political prisoners have been heating up for the last couple of weeks. we had a lot of rallies over the weekend. today it is a bit quieter. we have not had any protest so far, but some palestinians have started together and the israeli police are preparing for the heavy presence here. there have been -- there have been some skirmishes about. the prisoner the die is from a village near have run -- hebron. >> thank you so much, nicole johnson. african leaders have signed an agreement to end years of fighting in the democratic republic of congo. the main goal is to prevent regional interference. the condoleezza government is expected to enact reforms and strengthen its army. a un special envoy it will be appointed to prevent violence from flaring up again. >> things have really not got much better since the last time i was here in december. humanitarian agencies say that 120,000 people have fled from their homes in november. the main problem for people here is food, water, and access to decent shelter and sanitation. the people here would really benefit from a peace process that works. this is a step forward and it is a beginning. looking at stopping countries from meddling in the affairs of the condo. but there are problems with the peace process. we do not know what kind of powers a special envoy would have in terms of dealing with this or whether the people fighting would have a mechanism where they could abide by what they are signing up for. the people here really hope that this is the beginning of something. >> the weather, coming up next on aljazeera. plus one of the most dangerous neighborhoods in pakistan, its commercial capital, karachi. plus, reining in the opposition. ♪ >> hello again. for many of us across the northern parts of india, it has been very cold over the last few days. this is the picture we are now seeing out of the north. you can see just how much snow is on the ground and it looks like it will stay there for the next few days, we have another system currently edging its way towards us. still on the satellite picture we can see the clouds that gave us our recent snow, but there is another system gradually moving towards us. through monday that is still going to give us some heavy snow over parts of afghanistan, but eventually over the next couple of days it will head eastward. there is a fair amount of cloudiness with us currently. as we head to the next few days into monday, it should be fine and dry. top temperature around 23 degrees with a strong breeze as well, making things feel a bit cooler than they actually are. further towards the north is the weather system that affects parts of afghanistan. generally fine and linktv. >> top stories on al jazeera, thousands have gathered at the vatican to hear the last sunday prayers of the pope. visiting the papal apartments for the last time. african leaders have signed a deal that aims to end years of fighting in the democratic republic of congo. thousands of people have been displaced since november. thousands of palestinian prisoners in israel have gone on hunger strike following the death of an inmate. authorities say that he died of a heart attack. palestinian leaders want an investigation into how he died. video from syria claims to show some of the latest fighting between rebels and pro- government forces on the streets of aleppo. we cannot verify the authenticity of the video, but the opposition says the government forces are destroying what they call a historical and cultural city. >> we have delayed our review and been disappointed by the absolute silence of the regime. we also expressed condemnation and surprise at the international silence. the regime is moving into ethnic cleansing. this is not a military target. the regime is destroying a historic and cultural city. >> karachi is quickly becoming one of the most dangerous cities in the world. more than two dozen people have been killed there in sectarian and political attacks over the last year. >> in one of the most dangerous cities of pakistan, this is its most dangerous neighborhood. affectively a city within a city, complete with official security. on the surface these young men look like they are catching up with friends. but this is an intelligence service. they keep up with all movement and if they sensed danger, they reach for their guns. strangers are generally not welcome. even at play, they keep a close eye on things. the neighborhood is run by this man. a tribal leader. much like a landlord, he has on questioned powers. he is angry at his political partners who he says is trying to marginalize him. >> mkm is a target killer organization. they are a bad organization that has taken the city hostage. >> there are over 100 open court cases involving alleged of murder the he says were motivated and he has free proof of the lack of evidence against him. he also lives in luxury, unlike most of the people here. >> for the residence, life can be held. six months ago the police mounted an operation to rid the streets of armed men. in the ensuing firefight, many were caught in the middle. >> he had just finished work. there was a battle on the streets. he tried to hide out, but got hit by a bullet and he died in agony. >> local police will not comment on cases like this. the violence, whether it is over land, political assassinations, or terrorizing the people, it is about power. controlling neighbors like this one is crucial for support, which means power in the city's ethnically divided landscape. >> some other stories making news around the world right now, an algerian gas plant has restarted production over one month after workers were killed there during a hostage crisis here. the military counter launched a counterattack in which the rebels and hostages died. in afghanistan two f -- intelligence agents and security officers died in the eastern town, followed by a similar attack. the brother of a south african olympic star is being charged with murder. oscar prestorius is being charged with premeditated murder of his girlfriend on valentine's day. south korea, swearing in its first female president on monday. she has many challenges ahead, including turning around the economy. she is not even begun her term and is already lacking popular support. >> the stage for her inauguration is set. the arrangements before the national assembly have been timely and precise. political preparations have been messier. she will take the oath of office with an approval rating of less than 50%. a record low for an incoming president. in a rare appearance last week, the president-elect was focusing on the economy. >> so far, our economy has focused on chasing other advanced economies. now we need to become leaders. >> there has been a secret process and a scandal around appointing senior staff. >> the personnel appointments are very similar to the ones made under the authoritarian governments. >> it is a not subtle allusion to her late dictator father. the history attracts support from those who remember the miraculously rise from poverty and criticism of the political repression. she has only partially disallowed it. these numbers reflected divided electorate. >> conflicts have been created amongst vast generational and ideological lines. people have already made up their minds as to whether she is on their side. >> she campaigned on something that she called economic democratization, reining in the giant corporations, promoting smaller and medium-sized companies. expanding the country's welfare system. >> when the transition team announced the main goals and policies on thursday, the water down welfare expansion remained in place, but the phrase economic democratization remained absent. also announced, five presidential goals to establish an era of reunification with north korea. with the threat of more of the same to come, it will likely be one of the toughest parts of the presidency. >> in venezuela there have been protests to devalue the currency against the presidential order. hugo chavez chose to cut it by one-third. leaders said they would raise the price of imported goods according to action. president shot as it is being treated for cancer. he is under pressure to prove that he can still lead. >> at a school in this venezuelan state, this typical education teacher puts the students through their paces as they await the arrival of their governor. he said that he was devastated when hugo chavez was not able to be unseated. now while the supporters pray for his recovery, this teacher gives thanks for what he calls a gift from heaven, the very real possibility that there will be new elections in weeks, not years. >> i am thrilled because i feel the changes on the way and it has come sooner than we expected. >> his opponents were humiliated when they also lost all but two gubernatorial seats. months ago there were licking their wounds. today they are sharpening their knives, taking every opportunity to pressure their ailing president to get back into the presidential palace or resign. they have been cautious not to openly call for elections, but they do not have to. >> in order to live better, you need people that know how to make decisions. what to pay more for food? do you like your currency devalued? press the red button. >> president chavez is now back in venezuela, but still out of sight. >> it is important and indispensable that the president produce himself as soon as possible. now that he is back what has to happen urgently is that he is sworn in. this cannot wait. >> others are demanding that they prove the president is still exercising power from his hospital bed as the vice president claims. >> they treat us as if we are mentally retarded. that we cannot accept the government telling us a different story every day. >> opponents of the still hugely popular hugo chavez know that the longer he remains out of sight, the more time they have to prepare for whatever comes next. >> the national assembly of cuba is expected to reelect president castro on sunday. on friday the 81-year-old raised the possibility that he might lose his post, he said he was old and had a right to retire. he was elected in 2008 to replace his older brother, fidel castro. secret documents from the u.s. show that dictator augusto pinochet was going to use force. the details are portrayed in an oscar-nominated film that gives the account of tactics used to remove him in 1988. the documents released by the security archive, his generals seem to vote against his plan. history, nature, violence and love make up the had the ingredients of the film of the seat -- films of this year's academy awards in hollywood. not without controversy, as we report. >> controversy surrounding "the zero dark 30," portraying the hunt for osama bin laden." -- osama bin laden. >> a vote for that film would be a vote for these things that it would be against. i do not think it was helped at all. >> hollywood has also been buzzing about "argo." it has won top prices -- top prizes at the golden globe and is favored to win the oscar for best picture, but the star and a director was not nominate
LINKTV
Feb 15, 2013 5:30am PST
facilities were affected. the meteorite fragments cause damage in six cities in this region. >> british detectives have arrested three men suspected of selling horsemeat as beef. police raids on two houses in northern wales in england. russia has now said it may have been sent product tainted with horsemeat from western europe. in france, a meat wholesaler is denying allegations that it knowingly sold horsemeat in 13 countries as beef. it's license is suspended as investigations continue. peter sharp brings us the story from paris. >> us was a pretty damning report from the french authorities, and it concludes that spell euro, the meat processes, -- processors, should have known it was not beef, it was horsemeat because he invoices and the labeling pointed to exactly that. they would also know that the price they paid cannot possibly be beef, that it had to be horsemeat. the supplier should also have known that it was dealing with horsemeat, said the report, because of incorrect labeling and also because of the color, the shape, and the smell of the meat it was dealing with.
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Feb 20, 2013 2:00pm PST
reflected in the interior and the decorative program of the church. i, maria cheremeteff, from city college of san francisco art department, welcome you here to this church. and i would like to invite you to a tour to step with me from this narthex, which is the entrance to the church, and then walk with me through the nave and then up and toward the sanctuary barrier which is the icon or image screen dividing the sanctuary where the ritual is performed from the nave where the congregation meets. and so would you follow me then on our tour. [music] to give a better history of this church, this magnificent structure, i have asked father anthony to give us the historical background of its construction and the design of the decorative program of the interior. maria, welcome to our church on brotherhood way. thank you. the greek orthodox church of holy trinity. and i understand that you want to know some things about our church. yes, i do. students come to me and ask, following their programs that they're watching on television for telecourse, what happens to art following the roman empire and
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Feb 24, 2013 4:00pm PST
industry. we take a look at the new kind of shoppers at the city's famous bazaar. >> there is a new kind of shopper in the bazaar. they come discretely and they do not like being filmed. they're buying clothing and equipment to fight a war. when the deal is done, they disappear across the border to syria. this is one of the world agencies. for decades did was a quiet and prosperous market town. now the war economy is changing the streets. refugees are settling here in the south. the only thriving businesses are the ones feeding off the war across the border. >> they now have seven shops selling tactical clothing and equipment. most opened in the last six months. the latest in mid february. these are for syria. these are fighting in three areas like forests. these are the summer version. some prefer the black ones. >> he comes from a turkish village right on the syrian border. he has relatives who are syrians fighting against the assad regime. >> there used to only be one shot here. we get our supplies from them. they charged really high prices. sometimes it would not even sell to people fro
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Feb 9, 2013 6:00am PST
getting a little taste of hollywood glamour as the city hosts its annual film festival. this time it's a politically charged u.s. film about the controversial practice of fracking that's drilling a lot of interest and probably didn't hurt that the film's star matt damon was on hand to discuss the matter. >> on day two of the berlin film festival hollywood descended on the festival. matt damon was the biggest name. >> if you sign this lease it gives us the right to work on your land. >> in order to get at the natural gas reserves underneath. >> you could be a millionaire. >> grapple with the dilemma whether to take the money or stick with their traditional ways. >> the town is going to put it to a vote in three weeks. >> what we really wanted to do was make a movie about american identity and the actual issue itself was secondary to wanting to explore the kind of where we are right now. >> for damon this is a project close to his heart. he wrote the screen play and wanted to direct the film. but with so many deadlines looming he passed that job on to van zant. they had already worked to
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Feb 1, 2013 3:00pm PST
on earth. we live on the frozen tundra and in the searing deserts. we live in thriving cities of millions and in isolated camps of a few dozen. some societies seem simple because they are small and their members are self-sufficient and use simple tools. others seem complex because they have large populations and people depend on each other for food and goods and use sophisticated technology. in between, there is a range that fills the spectrum. all of these differences are cultural, learned behavior, the result of a complex interaction between our inventiveness and our natural environments. as we search for new horizons, our inventiveness thrusts us across the boundaries of space, into new worlds. this new view of earth dispels an ancient myopia -- the artificial boundaries of our states and the politics that often divide us. here is a vision of one planet and one family of humankind. but the view from earth reminds us of a common human dilemma, the rise and fall of our many ways of life. here, among the ruins of ancient civilizations, archaeologists are retracing the steps in a
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Feb 1, 2013 4:30am PST
. what is considered the oldest city in the netherlands was built on the banks of a river that was and still is good for trade, but it also makes the town very susceptible to rising water levels brought on by climate change. the people are worried that their levees may soon prove ineffective, and so they've come up with a creative solution. >> the city embraces the rhine, but soon, one arm of the river will flow through an entire section of the city. according to the plan, about half of these houses will give way to water. levies will be moved to create an island. most residents have left. the ones left no their days here are also numb. >> we are alone here. >> we are the last to leave. there's nothing we can do about it. >> in five years, there will be water here. it will come from the other side of the levy, flow underneath the levee, and back into the main part of the river. >> their family business with nine employees has been here for 20 years. one public authorities first unveiled the plan, they fought against it. >> what you have, you have. it is never certain that something new
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Feb 15, 2013 3:00pm PST
reauthorization over the expanded protections. in more than 200 cities around the world thursday, people flocked to the streets to dance as part of the global 1 billion rising campaign to end violence against women and girls. global actions included marches, rallies, flash mobs, workshops, and lots of dancing. one country the forefront was india, where mass protests cruise the erupted over the gang rape and murder of a young woman on a bus in new delhi. hundreds joined the 1 billion rising action in south africa where and the same day the girlfriend of paralympic star oscar pistorius was shot dead on the outskirts of the capital. the story is known globally as the first double leg amputee to run in the olympics appeared in court today to face a single charge of murder. on thursday, protesters were more focused on his alleged victim, the 30-year-old model reeva steenkamp. >> a woman died and i am angry. i'm angry that a woman died again today. whether oscar is guilty or not, i cannot say. all i can say is a woman died and it is one woman too many. >> new york city joined in the global upr
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Feb 18, 2013 5:30am PST
are protests in cities around the country, calling for the culprits to be brought to justice after a new law to make discrimination against shia muslims a criminal offense. the attack michael pro-is an armed group claimed more than 80 lives. they bombed a water tanker that exploded in a vegetable market. population wasa targeted. now this report from islamabad. >> the pakistani government unable or unwilling to do hias,ing to protect the s mounting protests in several cities. a broad karate to a standstill and the main road to the airport was blocked and schools are closed. they want their voices heard. they say enough is enough and nobody's helping us. have a demand that the pakistani army needs to mount a targeted operation against the group responsible for these attacks. 2000,roup was banned in yet it is still able to mount brazen attacks such as the 13 days ago. want aa community also lot to protect them. want discrimination against them to come to an end. the clock is ticking. what happens after that, if their demands are not met, it's likely that the protests could get angry. t
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Feb 27, 2013 7:30pm PST
the middle of a busy city. we're at the san francisco zen center, and we're going to be looking at zen buddhism today. certainly, this is a wonderful symbol of what i think we're going to find, because at the heart of the buddhist experience is that very religious, very spiritual quest for peace and interconnectedness. now the story of the buddha is something that we'll be exploring here throughout this part of the experiential dimension. but today we want to go to an expert, paul haller, who's been practicing zen buddhism for many, many years, and is resident in this center. he's going to help us understand one of the buddha's key insights- that it's only through finding a peaceful center, like we have in this garden, that one can truly experience the spiritual nature inherent in all things. meditation is the key, and paul's going to tell us much about zen buddhist meditation today. >> the elegance of zen practice is that core instruction is quite simple- sit down, be erect, be alert, and be open to what happens, and then the particularity of each of our lives comes forward. and a
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Feb 15, 2013 4:30am PST
. there is a massive security presence with soldiers patrolling all over the city. mark has been a judge in major terrorism trials in paris over the last 13 years. he is one of the top experts on islamists cells, and he is under 24-hour police protection. >> most boys who are only just getting interested in jihad are not actually in danger. as long as they have not had any training at a terrorist camp or have not fought, you can still get them under control. we monitor them, put them under surveillance. i've got several such cases at the moment. they are treated like terrorists under the law in order to prevent them from becoming terrorists. >> last september, authorities took a number of people into preventive custody, but the judge knows that claiming only bearded men in white robes are dangerous is a long of dated cliche. in his book, he refutes the widely held prejudices and explains how the new fighters are now recruited via the internet and social networking. dam it dangerous terrorists are becoming younger and younger. they come from various social backgrounds -- poor backgr
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Feb 20, 2013 3:00pm PST
. in the first century b.c., the city of one million was master of the mediterranean world. rome's empire stretched from spain in the west to syria and egypt in the east. the roman elite were rich beyond measure. they ranged from the cunning and prudent julius caesar... to the intellectually inclined augustus... to cruel caligula, deviser of public spectacles that included murder .....to nero, who, it's said, kicked his wife to death for rebuking him. the upper classes were well educated, connected by kinship, business and political ties. wearied by the crowds and hectic pace of roman life, they pined for greater leisure and the chance it gave to contemplate the finer things of life. each spring, as the senate recessed, roman power brokers -- the patrician families, senators, and untold numbers of entrepreneurs made rich by roman dominance -turned to the bay of naples. over generations, they built lavish villas along the shoreline of campania. the villa pausilypon -a greek name meaning "the end of pain" -had a private theater for the pleasure of its owner and his guests. the exteri
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Feb 28, 2013 5:30am PST
the children are in the city and they are waiting for our program. they will lose their hope. >> i don't feel comfortable when i am working on the street because of the pollution and dust. i feel much more comfortable here. they teach us to work and study. i prefer to be here than on the streets. >> are you prepared to boldly go where no married couple has gone before? a multimillionaire former space tourist is looking for a husband and wife team to send to mars. would 501 days in a small space capital -- a small space capital, the final frontier, go too far? >> dennis tito is embarking on a major mission. he is the driving force to send a husband and wife team up for a close encounter with mars in 2018 when the red planet and earth are historically close together. >> this is a challenging but attainable goal for advancing human experience and knowledge. now is the time. >> tito was the first space tourist, paying russians $20 million to vacation on the international space station in 2001. his inspiration mars program is a not-for-profit to raise millions for the flight and
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Feb 10, 2013 2:00pm PST
with the confrontation will deepen. >> reports of gunfire and explosions in a northern city and mali. the french-led a forces recaptured the city last month that they have since been on alert. on saturday, there is a suicide bomber blew itself up a separate -- and a security checkpoint. no one was injured. one day earlier, a soldier was wounded when another suicide bomber targeted the same outpost. >> the suicide attack in the biggest city in the north of mali is significant because it's the second such attack since friday. on friday morning, we saw the first suicide attack since the conflict began since the french arrived. the suicide attacks on the city seemed to be a change of tactics. most of the armed groups that occupied the city and others had been pushed out by air strikes from the french and dutch troops from a ballet. -- troops from mali. but they worry that laying explosives rises on the road could increase the coming months and people of mali will be worried about how they have to deal with it. they're not used to dealing with guerrilla tactics like this and the french ha
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Feb 28, 2013 3:00pm PST
activity levels in inner city kids compared with suburban kids and one of the things you find is that... inner city kids may do very well on things like push-ups, sit-ups and less well in running and aerobic type of activities. and the investigators discovered that the reason that that had happened was because in this particular study which had been done in a large city that coaches didn't let the kids during p.e., that they had, they didn't let them go out on the playground because the playground was dangerous. p.e. was inside and so the activities that they did was a lot of calisthenics, sit-ups, push-ups, things like that. catherine parrish: i hear lots of stories when i see these kids for check-ups, and many of them are overweight, about how, "i'd like to play a sport but my school doesn't have that." "i can't get to the program. it's on the other side of town." "it's not safe to ride a bike in my neighborhood." "i can't... my bike got stolen. i haven't been able to ride one since that." "my mom won't let me play basketball at the schoolyard because it's not safe." there's go
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Feb 18, 2013 7:00pm PST
wave of sectarian attacks in pakistan. a city has seen the worst of the violence and we have more. >> this is perhaps the most painful part of this community's protests. they are refusing to bury their loved ones who were killed in saturday's bombing until the army is called in to go after the groups responsible. now leaders of the community also have two other demands. they want to put an end to the killings of their community and they have also insisted that laws be passed to make it a crime to discriminate against shias in pakistan. this is perhaps another sign of the anguish and suffering that this community has faced over the past few years. more than 80 people were killed in saturday's attack, an attack which followed a similar attack just last month in which more than 90 people were killed. in all since the start of this year, more than 200 shias have been killed and these people here are demanding answers and action. >> striking iberian airlines against the airport. over the company's plans to cut thousands of jobs. we have reports from madrid. >> this was no normal day at
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Feb 6, 2013 7:30pm PST
come to terms with because, while the city of chicago itself has long been ethnic, it was still a simple pattern and today it's a complex pattern. [interviewer:] okay, what about protestantism in general? you're, of course, a world expert on protestant christianity. are we going to see some changes in that? are we going to see a continued rise of fundamentalist church and a drop off in attendance in mainstream liberal protestantism? [prof. marty:] i think that the mainstream catholic protestant and reformed and conservative jews will, if i could use a very crass term, hold their part of the market. they'll decline relatively simply because of their great growth of black protestants and hispanics, some catholics, some protestants. but there aren't very big cohort moves. the people who are now moderate and liberal and black protestants are not in the surge towards fundamentalism. hard core fundamentalism, i don't think has as much future as moderate evangelicals and the pentecostals. i think that's where the future is. it's pretty hard to stay hardcore fundamentalist in america. the
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Feb 8, 2013 3:00pm PST
city in the new world. beneath an intricate complex of dwellings, archaeologists are uncovering startling evidence of family life. and in italy, as archaeologists explore the ruins of pompeii, new investigations shed light on the nature of the roman family and the surprising role of slaves. who do we live with and why ? what can these ancient families tell us about our own families ? around the world, archaeologists are looking far beyond the palaces and temples into the households of common people, bringing families to life out of the past. come forward all the way. oooh ! that's it. good. hold on me. come forward. ease the baby out with little pushes. come on. you can do it. beautiful ! the baby's coming up to you. waaahh ! keach: every newborn child immediately confronts three basic needs -- food, shelter and education. in the beginning, these needs are met at home. but in industrial societies, that soon changes. teacher: times three... we educate our children in schools. how would you read this number ? 21,000. you're getting these two a little mixed up from the example befo
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Feb 21, 2013 3:00pm PST
city hospitals, of people who are still dying of the disease. they haven't been in the doctor's offices of the people who are suffering from resistant strains who are now starting to see the end. and they certainly haven't been to the developing countries where the virus is running rampant. in africa, aids is already having an enormous impact. as i said earlier, it's already surpassed malaria as the number one killer. in addition to that it's killing young people, often uryoung pele in wm the county hainvest lot, in terms of education. and so in that respect, it's been very costly. it's also costly socially in ter of leing-- leaving a large number of children without both parents. and all indications are that its impact is going to get worse, maybe a lot worse. it's likely also that it's going to get much worse that it already is in some parts of asia. other sexually transmitted diseases may have taken a backseat to headlines about hiv, but they still take their toll. david bennett: we estimate, you know, 250 million, 300 million cases of sexually transmitted diseases worldwide. that pu
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Feb 24, 2013 11:00pm PST
wrecking homes and cities. . this man woke up to what he thought was the effect of an sblokes. >> it's the scariest thick because he experienced. the shatter of all the style. so we've got nice tell. we've got a new house,man. how and of people have been ored from their storm. many of more, the last the character is congress is the toughed down a drean and kig . they are very dangerous and slow very testosterone. i will not say. whether they are sled up. they remained for 15 ribs. feeling time land. i'll do the arrest. >> the academy award ceremony is in full swing in las vegas. and the first owners have been announces. we are live in los angeles. he is there. i'll let him fill out then on what's going on. who's down one >> i've had one award. and that's the best supporting acking the volt. you would think with the ex-accept trick. so he's got the first award. we industrial a long ways to go. the one that we were watching -- for she called victor and the car she's been speaking to because some of the actors were young -- street boys but camp led all the way to afghanistan. you
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Feb 17, 2013 2:00pm PST
this lovely and benevolence city. >> it is an immense the historic week for the catholic church and now the faithful are expressing their emotions in sheer numbers. st. peter's square is overflowing. as people arrived, many of the crowds expressed emotion. >> we have come to say goodbye. we were here in the square when he was elected and we have come back for his penultimate sunday. >> i came from naples especially for this. i could have seen it on television, but i think being present in person as important for those of the faith to believe. uncertain, and secure. affected him. he seems weak. >> his final departure is less than a fortnight away. he flies out of the vatican on the february 28th and he will stay in his final residents for two months. he will be withdrawing from the historic events of electing his successor and he will return
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Feb 14, 2013 3:00pm PST
cities, equal amounts of rain, close to one another physically, socioeconomically quite similar. the amount of violent crime in those two cities is virtually identical. but if you look at the number of murders, it's ten times higher in seattle than it is in vancouver. what's the difference? the difference, very simply, is that in the united states, you can easily purchase guns. in canada, you cannot. we've lost two children to guns in this practice. both teenagers-- one was caught in a gun exchange over drug money. another was shot because she was dating someone's boyfriend at twelve. - drugs. - drugs. - alcohol. - alcohol. they very much increase the impulsive amounts of violent behavior as they are intended to be dis-inhibitors of ourselves. and so alcohol and drugs, cocaine in particular, is very provocative to violence. a lot of guys-- they are really fighting over the drugs now. they want to sell drugs because it's good way to make money. i think certainly drugs, gangs, these are predisposing factors. we know from the studies-- kids who take drugs, kids who are involved in gan,
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Feb 8, 2013 4:30am PST
-- blogger from egypt. the city offered him refuge for one year. the idea was to give him some breathing room and time to feel safe again. his first impressions involved pigeons like these. >> it is not like this in egypt. pigeons do not just come and sit on your hand. in egypt, birds are wary of humans. poles are not like the egyptians are. i have never seen anything like this there. >> a polish club is letting him use an apartment in this district in the west of the city. he updates his blog from here. those who can speak arabic and read what he writes soon begin to understand why he faces problems back home. this afternoon, his message is stark -- islam poses a threat to humanity. especially in the west, a fear of islam should be a normal reaction, just like the fear of falling under the wheels of a moving train. >> that is what i think. i am an atheist. in egypt, everything has become worse under the muslim brotherhood. as far as i'm concerned, there is no moderate islam. osama bin laden was the true face of islam. >> surely the situation in egypt must have improved after t
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Feb 7, 2013 8:00am PST
city college when we used to hire teachers, we would have students come in and so let the teachers perform and do a 10-minute gig on the blackboard. and we'd always have a student ask the following question 'cause we wanted to ask a question, which sounded very easy but wasn't. like if you ask the teacher like, "what's the wavelength of the--line with a hydrogen transition?" he could say, "oh, i see, it's a trick." and he say, "oh, i don't know the answer to that, but i'll look it up and i'll tell you next time," 'cause that's a kind of question you know-- we're not supposed to know the answer to, right? but we wanted to ask the prospective instructors a question for which they thought they ought to know the answer, like an easy question. and we found a very, very easy question that not many people could answer. and the reason they couldn't answer is 'cause they didn't have the framework that you guys have right now. and it's this: first of all, we didn't word the question very nicely. we'd have the students say, "hey, when i take an object and i drop it, it falls. there's a force
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Feb 1, 2013 5:30am PST
up security for several cities but so far the protests have been peaceful. we have been bolling the protests and we have a live update from near fallujah. they said they're going to contain this protest but that does not seem to be working. >> a short while ago, this was absolutely covered with people. there were worshipers, protesters, if. who would,-- people who would come and convert. they held friday prayer services year. the message was loud and clear. is the biggest protest here since the war. as well as other demonstrations in other suny areas around the country. what they are calling for is essentially an end to what this is discrimination against the sunni community. thrown in jail, no lawyer allowance, a lack of security. they do not feel a part of the country and they want that to change. >> of the beginning of this problem, if there is a beginning, he had some very strong words for the protesters. is the strategy changing at all right now? >> it has softened a little bit. they said what they normally say, these were not real protesters, that it was essentially all qaeda
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Feb 10, 2013 11:00pm PST
epidemic, more on the progress being made to fight obesity in one of america ' s fastest cities. >>--- fattest cities. >> new orleans, whose rich cuisine draws tourists from around the globe, but its own residents eating choices get much of the blame for the city possibly as high levels of obesity. >> we have some of the biggest people in the world. it has become normalized. that is the real crisis. we think it is ok. >> but not for the health and education policymakers trying to change bad habits from the ground up. >> is kind of coming up out -- from this broccoli, little yellow flowers will grow. >> kids from low income families who really have access to fresh food learn about the nutritional value of the crops they grow themselves. this is one of dozens of local programs around the nation trying to reverse the national epidemic of obesity. >> my favorite part of garden is when we get to learn about food and health and crops that make you strong and big and tall. >> by teaching kids with their food comes from, you were giving them information about the choices that they make.
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Feb 22, 2013 4:30am PST
than 1 million, the city is situated on the turkey -- turkish/i iraqi border. it is the unofficial capital of turkey. but it was not always. between the many minuets that make up the skyline are a few church towers. 100 years ago, it was mainly inhabited by armenians. these days, most of the church as they build are mere ruins. for this insurance salesman, these ruins are symbolic. as far as the authorities are concerned, he is turkish, and yet, he identifies as armenian. he is a descendant of survivors of the armenian massacre almost 100 years ago. >> how does a rundown, desecrated place such as this one makes you feel? >> to me, it represents a great tragedy. back then, people were told that they were being deported. but on the way, most of them were murdered. it was genocide, no question. members of my own family were among the victims. >> early in the first world war, around 1 million armenians were persecuted and killed by ottoman forces. public discussion of this chapter in history was taboo in turkey for decades. that is no longer the case, but even today, turkey denies that
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Feb 6, 2013 2:00pm PST
themselves the status of gods. the greeks lived in city-states under the rule of petty kings. the scale of these greek communities, never far from the sea, made them vulnerable to attack from larger forces, but also threw them back on their resources of fitness, strength, intelligence, calculation, and above all, individual heroism. the idea of the individual standing proudly independent is one of the most powerful and resilient ideas in human history. the figure of the kouros shows this idea taking the center of the stage. andrew stewart teaches at the university of california at berkeley. it's often said that statues like this are emblematic of early greek culture. i think they are for four reasons. the sculptor has taken the statue's clothes off. convinced that man is the measure of all things, he allows him to stand free and proud, allows your eyes to roam unobstructed across his body. he's autonomous. the sculptor has stripped away the back pillar and the screen between the legs of the egyptian statues that were his predecessors and has allowed him to walk forward in three-di
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Feb 25, 2013 5:30am PST
to say? >> that is right. earlier as the body was passing through the city it was viewed by the family. there were thousands of people on the streets showing their support and solidarity with the family. they expressed their anger over his death inside an israeli prison. people were not surprised to hear the palestinian authorities come to the conclusion that he had died not from natural causes. they had rejected the israeli version of the events. some clashes have been reported in areas between palestinian demonstrators and the israeli army. there have not been any huge rallies or violent protests today. nothing was organized as such. we did not see big clashes inside the city itself or outside the military base near ramallah, another location for large demonstrations over the last couple of weeks. >> pretty worried about when this could all go, they not? >> that is right, israel has called on the palestinian authority to get things under control, putting them in a difficult position. they do not want to be seen as complying with israel's demands, so to speak, but there is a lo
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Feb 3, 2013 11:00pm PST
gate of a compound in one of the busiest areas of the city. >> the building was totally destroyed by the blast. they also attacked with hand grenades, and police killed two of them. >> there were so many wounded some were taken to hospitals. many were so wounded the death toll is expected to rise. officials say the gunman had not been shot, then it would have been worse. it was not the first attack on the same police headquarters. a suicide bomber killed dozens and attack planes by al qaeda and iraq. no one has taken responsibility for this yet. mostk is the country's divided city, and people believed political turmoil is making it easier to launch attacks. >> activists in saudi arabia want punishment for crimes against women or children. the campaign refers to a assad the preacher who reportedly beat his 5-year-old daughter to death. is said to show a frequent guest on islamic television. he is said to have agreed to pay $50,000 in blood money to avoid the death sentence. activistomen's rights hopes the campaign will make more people aware of what is happening in the country to help
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Feb 13, 2013 5:30am PST
the vatican city. it is one of the most important events in washington's political calendar, a chance for the u.s. president to lay out his vision for the year ahead. barack obama delivered his fifth state of the union address. he touched on various foreign- policy issues from afghanistan to iran and north korea. it was america's faltering economy that topped the agenda. now this report. >> the president of the united states. [cheers and applause] >> every year the president gets one chance to use the pageantry and prestige of his office to lay out his agenda. as he begins his second term, president barack obama coloma to describe a progressive wish list, calling for a higher minimum wage, preschool reform, immigration reform, climate change, and investment in the economy to create jobs. >> it is our task to make sure this government works on behalf of the many and not just the few, that it encourages free enterprise, rewards individual initiative, and opens the doors of opportunity to every child across this great nation. [applause] >> in response to his economic message, repu
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Feb 3, 2013 2:00pm PST
some the dead and wounded, some were taken to hospitals in other cities. many so badly wanted that the death toll is bound to rise. officials say if the gunman had not been shot before they could detonate their vests, it would have been worse. this is not the first attack on the same headquarters. a suicide bomber two years ago killed dozens in an attack claimed by al qaeda in iraq. no one has taken responsibility for this one yet, but this is a most divided city claimed by kurds, arabs, and turkmen. people believe that political turmoil makes it easier to launch attacks. >> a 25-year-old man has been charged with the murder of a former u.s. navy seals sniper. chris called served four combat tours of duty in iraq. he had another man were shot dead at a gun range in texas on saturday. the motive for the shooting is not known yet. his autobiography, "american sniper,"details is a tour of duty in iraq in which he is said to have killed 150 people. an egyptian man has changed his story again after he was shown beaten, stripped and caught on video outside the presidential palace in cairo on
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Feb 22, 2013 5:30am PST
dead in the indian city of a. hyderabad there were defined out who is behind the bombing. welcome to al-jazeera live from doha. will he be granted bail? olympia and oscar fdot pistorious should find out in the next few hours. we're live. -- oscar sprinter pistorious should find out. maliki.ther a rock or they want to get rid of their prime minister. >> go like this. >> thune for fog. why this scandal may help people improve their eating habits. >> the indian government is calling for unity after a bomb attack in hyderabad. that thefurious government may have not prevented the carnage. they're sifting through the carnage were 16 people were killed. the bombs went off, the park. more than of 100 wounded. indian media are reporting there were warnings of an attack three days before the blasts. security cameras have been disconnected four days ago. earlier, they said that there was no specific information that act upon. and we havederabad this report. >> this is the side of the first blast that occurred 7:00 thursday evening. the front of these shops absolutely destroyed. this is a popular
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Feb 6, 2013 4:30pm PST
salesman problem. >> yes, he is. >> the idea being you're given a certain number of cities and you want to travel -- starting from one city, you want to travel to all the cities, getting back to where you started in the most economical fashion. now, if there are a small number of cities, the analysis is not difficult. so if charlie only had three cities, okay, there are only two possibilities: either he goes clockwise from where he is or he goes counterclockwise. >> so each route has a cost as well. >> each route has a cost. but now if we add a city to that, okay, his two choices... >> oh, i see, it's starting to grow. >> go to six, okay? if we add another city... >> okay, it's getting worse. >> it goes from 6 to 24. >> i'm seeing a pattern here. is there one, in fact? >> oh, there absolutely is. if we jump to 10 cities, there are now over 350,000 possible organizations to his route. >> and that factorial number is coming in here again, isn't it? >> exactly, so 10 cities gives us 9-factorial possible routes. >> okay, 9 x 8 x 7 and so on. okay. >> if we jump to 25 cities... >> okay, that
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Feb 18, 2013 8:00am PST
were held in cities across the country. more after headlines. if the obama administration has confirmed reports it's drafted a backup plan should congress fail to pass congress of the immigration reform. according to usada, the obama proposal would allow undocumented immigrants to obtain legal permanent residency status within eight years while containing massive spending on border militarization. president obama returned to his hometown of chicago on friday as part of a post-state of the union tour. he announced the visit in the aftermath of the killing a 15- year-old hadiya pendleton, a chicago teen shot days -- shot dead just days after performing at obama's second term inauguration. obama said the rate of killing people in chicago is equivalent to newtown massacre occurring every four months. >> something profound and uniquely heartbreaking and tragic, obviously, about a group of six-year olds being killed, but last year there were 443 murders with a firearm on the streets of this city, and 65 of those victims were 18 and under. so that is the equivalent of a new town ever
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Feb 2, 2013 2:00pm PST
rapturous welcome. people are grateful to the french for ridding the city of al qaeda-linked rebels and want to thank hollande personally. then it's back to the airport where i managed to grab a quick word with the president. president hollande, how did you find timbuktu? >> very full of emotion because of the hospitality and support of the population. >> there are now 3,500 french troops in mali. they are the driving force behind the operation to recapture territory and, with power, come responsibility. >> i ask you to be careful any of score settling that could be committed that would stain the mission. be careful to protect the civilian population. >> it has all been done in partnership with malian army units that have been at the head of each armored column. >> together we have liberated timbuktu. we have hunted down those terrorists to their final hiding places. >> as hollande prepares to depart, he is also planning departure of french troops. france wants to hand over the running of this mission to an african or u.n. force. whoever takes over, there will likely be a foreign milita
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Feb 5, 2013 7:00pm PST
new york city and parts of the east. paramount had the midwest and the south. fox had the far west. and so they would trade amongst each other. the studio might only be a few hundred acres in l.a., but if you own 1500 movie theatres, thatat's a h--- of a lot of real estate. paramount would have the best locations in chicago. the best locations in detroit. the best locations in new orleans. the best locations in memphis. warner brothers did not own as many first-run theatres in major metropolitan areas as paramount. (thomas schatz) and since those major metropolitan theatres for paramount generated much of its capital, it made more sophisticated, its product was more slick, more sophisticated than warners. warners was emphasizing more of a midwestern and rural and smaller urban clientele. this affects the kind of movies that the companies made. (actor) i had an original story kicking around paramount. my agent told me it was dead as a doornail. but i knew a big shot there who'd always liked me. (thomas schatz) paramount was much more likely than warners say, or fox, to adapt a liter
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Feb 9, 2013 2:00pm PST
tending to stop opposition fighters from moving into the city center -- are trying to stop opposition fighters from moving into the city center. the government is not backing down. >> this is the first major game by rebels in months. after they forced government soldiers of the district in the southeast of the city. those soldiers did not go far. they are now positioned less than 200 meters away. this highway is all that divides the two sides. it is a key road. it links the airport to areas of the city under government control. in effect, the rebels have cut off the army's ability to resupply its troops by land. >> the supply line is strategic for the regime. they send supplies from damascus and other areas by air. and then they use the highway. >> the rebels have been trying to break the military stalemate. they know that they cannot do this just by taking territory. they need to capture strategic territory. that is why the rebel push into the district is a threat to the government. many of its residents were supporters of the syrian government. they fled. this is what is left. the g
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Feb 17, 2013 5:30am PST
in vatican city today to see the pope. the chinese prime minister has demanded an explanation from malaysia. we have more. he was in the fact-finding mission in malaysia before the elections. he was denied entry on orders of the malaysian and government. in australia he spoke to us from adelaide. is in government is trying to downplay the importance of his own visit. >> let's clear this up. the is a line being said by prime minister. i am very that up with his apologist line. there were three other members of the trillion parliament coming on this visit and two of them actually had a program from a special minister of state. we're all went to provide a report involving members of the opposition and myself as an independent. to call this an unofficial visit is a little bit pejorative on behalf of the foreign minister of australia. we were there to help the electoral commission and provide a report to the austrian parliament on malaysia. primeed up with our minister trying to diminish this visit in the way that he has. >> he described him as an apologist. you're going there to look a
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Feb 7, 2013 3:00pm PST
of driving crowded city streets, meeting deadlines, paying bills, ggling the many obligations and activities in our lives. you may be expected to work 60 or 70 hours a week, and you're trying to balance home life with work life and being a parent and all these different social and cultural roles. and those are stressors, i think, that throughout the centuries people have felt, relative to their own time frame. gail wyatt: we need to appreciate, it's not just adults who are stressed. kids have a lot of pressure on them, to do their homework, to have friends, to make friends, to-- you know, connect in so many different ways, to participate in extracurricular activities, to do well, to be what their parents want them to be, lots of stressors. a certain amount of stress is necessary for life. deborah khoshaba: on a moment-to-moment basis, our body is always in the process of gauging how much arousal we need to function. okay? see, right now as i'm speaking, my sympathetic nervous system is on, and although i don't feel anxiety, i do feel a certain amount of arousal. you would say the
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